Haba Na Haba Technical Bulletin
This publication was established to provide a dynamic forum for the routine sharing of technical information and program experiences across EGPAF, as well as with our extended family of partners and other like-minded organizations around the world. In addition to regular updates, each issue of Haba Na Haba
highlights a topic of particular importance to EGPAF.
What Does Haba Na Haba Mean?
The name of the bulletin, Haba Na Haba
(“little by little”), is borrowed from the Swahili proverb "haba na haba, hujaza kibaba" (“little by little fills the pot”) and was chosen to reflect the often incremental nature of progress in our field. As the experiences described in the publication demonstrate, the smaller efforts of every one of us are the essential “ingredients” for mounting a strong and united global response to HIV and AIDS.
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Haba na Haba: The Role of Research in Achieving Virtual Elimination of HIV Infection in Children: An EGPAF Perspective - Volume 3, Issue 1 (December 2012)
Haba Na Haba: Toward Elimination of New HIV Infections in Children: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities - Volume 2, Issue 4 (July 2012)
Haba Na Haba: Spotlight on Integration of TB and HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment - Volume 2, Issue 3 (December 2011
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Haba Na Haba: Working With Communities Toward Elimination of Pediatric HIV and AIDS - Volume 2, Issue 2 (June 2011
Haba Na Haba: Spotlight On Linkage and Integration of Maternal-Child Health and HIV Services - Volume 2, Issue 1 (December 2010
Haba Na Haba: The Revised World Health Organization Recommendations for HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment - Volume 1, Issue 4 (July 2010)
Haba Na Haba: Care and Treatment of HIV Infection in Infants and Young Children - Volume 1, Issue 3 (April 2010)
Haba Na Haba: Infant and Young Child Feeding in the Context of HIV - Volume 1, Issue 2 (November 2009)